Program in American Studies
Eddie Glaude elected vice president of
American Academy of Religion
Eddie Glaude Jr., the William S. Tod Professor of Religion and African American Studies and chair of the Center for African American Studies, has been elected as vice president of the American Academy of Religion. The academy, whose membership comprises teachers and research scholars, is dedicated to furthering knowledge of religion and religious institutions in all their forms and manifestations and to promoting the reflection of religion in the central role it plays in social, political and economic events, as well as in the lives of communities and individuals.
Announcing the Eric Pai Asian American Studies Student Research Fund
The Princeton Program in American Studies, founded in 1942, sponsors teaching, research, and public discussion about the history, literature, art, society and culture of the United States. By bringing together students and faculty from the all the arts, humanities, and social sciences to explore questions that cross disciplinary boundaries, the Program reflects the creative ferment in the study of American life and culture. We strive to gain a deeper and broader perspective on issues which profoundly affect contemporary life and scholarship.